We’ve recently uploaded a “Behind the Scenes” for the Pepsi: Soundcheck Superbowl halftime commercial. Here it is: Behind the Scenes: Pepsi “Soundcheck” from The Mill on Vimeo.
Rynkeby have recently released a “Making Of” for this job. Here it is.
This is the latest job we’ve been mischievously working on. I worked on hair and particle effects. Enjoy!
I had the fortune of working on this spot for Pepsi which aired at halftime for Superbowl XLVIII. Plenty of simple ICE setups on smoke and lighting enhancement with a smattering of modelling and texture work. http://www.themill.com/work/pepsi-soundcheck.aspx
Another job I’ve been working on at the Mill – this time working with the “Comfees” of Comfort for their Vietnamese campaign. I worked as part of a small team creating all the particle effects http://www.themill.com/work/comfort/summer-rain.aspx
I’ve been working at The Mill for the past three months and slowly some of the jobs on which I have worked are making it to air. Here’s one I only did a tiny little bit of ICE work on but I think it’s a beautiful piece. Kudos to my Lead on this one, Francois.
I like to keep my passes tidy so this little script just strips out any empty partitions on selected passes. # USE: Select passes and run the script import win32com xsi = Application selectedPasses = win32com.client.Dispatch( "XSI.Collection" ) selectedPasses.AddItems (xsi.Selection) #————————————————————– #————————————————————– #————————————————————– def stripPass(eachPass): partitionsColl = win32com.client.Dispatch( "XSI.Collection" ) for eachPartition in eachPass.Partitions: partitionsColl.AddItems
I’ve recently has a bit of spare time so thought I would try diving into Softimage ICE a bit more. Using Paul Smith’s awesome methods on Vimeo (https://vimeo.com/65974266) I thought I’d see what I could do. Along with Andy Moorer’s awesome little “Rigid Turbulence” compound (andy.moonbase.com) here’s a Capture: and here’s it rendered with a
It came to my attention from a colleague today that there isn’t an easy way to extrude along multiple curves in Softimage. So I knocked up this little script for her. #extrudeMultiCurves_001 #To Use: # 1) Select the curves you want to extrude along. # 2) Run script # 3) Pick the profile curve import
I’ve recently managed to start having a play with VRay in Softimage and Nuke too. The fruits of my efforts are in my new gallery section